The news is reporting that there was a fire of suspicious origin at the location of worship of some Jehovah’s Witnesses. The news says they were asked how they feel and they, or some of them, supposedly replied, “Undeterred.” Undeterred!
They could say that they are rejoicing that the news is covering their slight fire problems and praying for the fools who have tried to burn their buildings.
Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha.
You could boil these people in oil and they would not be deterred.
Feed them to lions and crucify them and see if that will work.
Julian the Apostate was a Roman Emperor who ruled after Constantine. He was not happy with the Christians and he complained that they loved death.
Then they [the apostles] left the presence of the council, rejoicing that they were counted worthy to suffer dishonor for the name [of Jesus]. Acts 5:41.
Flatten the tire of a Jehovah’s Witness and some of them will laugh at you and wonder when the real persecution is going to start, while praying for their brethren in Islamic lands.
I think some people found my reaction strange when I was accused of assault for having pepper sprayed Cameron.
I pepper sprayed a man who said he would rob me and was approaching me . . . So forgive me if I laugh!
the Lord laughs at the wicked, for he sees that his day is coming. Psalm 37:13.
He who sits in the heavens laughs; the Lord holds them in derision. Psalm 2:4.
Oh, wait. My former lawyer says to not be laughing about the accusation of assault!
I would like to think that God drafted me to do some small things to make Seattle safer and promote safety awareness!
Back in 2013 and 2014, I prayed and it sure seemed to me that God or the universe indicated some appreciation for my walks at Greenlake!
Oh, Galilean, thou hast conquered–alleged words of Julian as he lay dying.
Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha!
I think I should visit some of my friends at some of their Kingdom Halls and perhaps it will be this Sunday. The Jehovah’s Witnesses will have a diminished % of guys present who are pacifists by one person, I think.
Of course, I will be missing one of my swords, though!
I have never worn a sword while visiting at the Kingdom Hall.